One of the daughters of President Muhammadu Buhari who went into self-isolation after returning from the United Kingdom has reunited with her family.
The First Lady, Mrs. Aisha Buhari, had, on March 19, said her daughter was in self-isolation following her return to the country from the UK, a country exposed to the virus.
Nigeria recorded its first case of coronavirus on February 17.
A statement by Mrs. Buhari’s Special Assistant on Media and Publicity, Aliyu Abdullahi, said on Thursday the president’s daughter had rejoined her family in good health.
The statement read:
“I’m happy to inform you that the young lady in question, Mr. President’s daughter, has successfully completed her isolation period of 14 days and she’s normal, very healthy and well.
“She had since this afternoon rejoined her family; the mother, her Excellency First Lady, Dr. Aisha Buhari, personally received her.
“The lesson here for Nigerians and other parents to learn is that this is a child with all the privileges one can ever think of having in the country but the parents and the daughter insisted on following the NCDC protocol.”
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